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    Mart Crowley on "Boys in the Band": From Author's Anguish to NYC Revival

    "I had had a life in Hollywood, in show business, for seven years, before writing this play. But by 1967, I was fairly washed up and no longer the new kid on the block. I was drinking heavily, very anxious, and in a precarious mental state. My friends were concerned ...

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    DCA Negotiates Arts Funding

    The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs has begun to negotiate with some 500 nonprofit arts groups which will receive funding for fiscal

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    "SELLING BREASTS"

    Ronnie Larsen (dir.) will hold auditions for Selling Breasts, a play about the breast enhancement industry. Prod. Jackie McKnight. Performances run Mar.-Apr. at the St. Genesius Theatre. There is no pay.

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    Actors' Fund Sponsors Show, Career Night

    The Actors' Fund of America will sponsor special performances of "1776." The shows are open to theatre professionals unable to attend the productions during normally scheduled

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    CHORUS CALLS

    NORTH CAROLINA

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    RANDOM SIGHTINGS: Big Daddy Finds a Friend

    Mitchell Edmonds was an unforgettable Captain Shotover in A Noise Within's 1999 production of Shaw's Heartbreak House-a lovably testy, preoccupied ancient mariner whose magnificent white beard like a cumulus cloud would put Santa Claus to shame, and whose Olympian demeanor proclaimed him a mythic figure right smack out ...

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    CORRECTION

    In a recent review photo for The Nanjing Race (4/15/99) at the New Conservatory Theatre Center, the actor in the picture was misidentified. His name is Robert Wu. BSW regrets this

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    SUMMER STOCK

    CAROUSEL MUSIC THEATRE,

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    Union Boards Approve Resids Study

    The Eastern section of the joint board of directors of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, in a key test of the proposed new contract covering film and primetime TV actors, has voted overwhelmingly to approve the unions' participation in a two-year study ...

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    Duke Foundation Gives $5.5M to Arts

    The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation has announced four performing arts grants totaling $5.5 million. The largest grant, $3 million, will be given to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D. C., to endow new international arts